Wine in kegs was initially made popular across many parts of Europe. In the early 1970s, some of the “big beer” companies began processing wine using the steel containers that were primarily reserved when brewing their beer. And while it may have taken a few decades for this wine-on-tap idea to take off, the various benefits of wine in kegs are undeniable. Taking a system that has benefited the beer industry for generations and reworking it to better accommodate wine, is promising for the industry as a whole.
There is still a newness and innovative factor to offering wine on tap as it is not as widely available as is beer on tap. Establishments offering wine on tap may benefit from this greatly as people come in, view the taps and see wine there. In addition, having a tap handle for your wine gives wineries a chance to showcase their branding in a different way than appears on their carefully designed bottles. Standing there amongst the other tap handles, wine is given a front row seat to showcase a beautiful and unique tap handle that captures attention. Many wine lovers will have their curiosity peaked. Not sure where to start with tap handles? Check out some additional information here.
In this eBook: Wine on Tap, we'll give you three major considerations and insights for a commercial wine tap system for your current operation. After reading our ebook, you will be able to factor in the benefits of the environmental impact, the potentially shocking cost savings, and the ability to preserve your wine for longer periods of time. This guide is loaded with information that is worth a look from savvy winery owners and business owners looking to make improvements and save money.
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